socioacusis

so·ci·o·ac·u·sis

(sō'sē-ō-ă-kū'sis),
The hearing loss produced by exposure to nonoccupational noise such as small arms fire in hunting and target practice.
[socio- + G. akousis, hearing]

so·ci·o·ac·u·sis

(sō'sē-ō-ă-kyū'sis)
The hearing loss produced by exposure to nonoccupational noise such as small arms fire in hunting and target practice.
[L. socius, companion + G. akousis, hearing]

sociocusis

, socioacusis (sō″s(h)ē-ŏ-koo′sĭs) (sō″s(h)ē-ō-ă-koo′sĭs)
Hearing loss that develops over time after repeated exposures to loud noise and not to occupational exposure to noise, physiological changes with age, or disease.

so·ci·o·ac·u·sis

(sō'sē-ō-ă-kyū'sis)
Hearing loss produced by exposure to nonoccupational noise.
[L. socius, companion + G. akousis, hearing]
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Socioacusis is the term used for hearing loss that is caused by the noise exposure due to recreational or non-occupational activities and listening to music is one of the most common forms of recreational noise exposure.
Our study aims to create awareness about socioacusis and its prevention.

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